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Straddle/ Strangle Chart


The term “straddle” refers to the purchase of a put option and a call option that have the same strike price and time frame or date of expiry as the underlying investment.

  • An options strategy known as a straddle involves purchasing both a put and a call option.
  • Both options are bought using the same underlying securities and for the same expiration date and strike price.
  • Only when the stock moves away from the strike price by more than the entire premium paid is the approach profitable.
  • The trading range and anticipated volatility of security by the expiration date are implied by a straddle.
  • When investing in highly volatile securities, this method works best since without significant price movement, the premiums for several options may easily surpass any possible gains.


Analysis→ Straddle/Strangle Chart

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